BluPrint and KONE have teamed up to give us an insight on how spaces are now being transformed for the better as we continue to navigate the new world that the global crisis has revealed
Adapting to the unmistakable reality that we are now facing has been an obstacle. Some have adjusted easier than others, while the rest are still figuring out how to navigate through each hurdle of their day to day lives, whether it’s having an unstable internet connection or a rambunctious working environment. This is why various organizations have begun evaluating and reassessing space planning and People Flow® after seeing the success of a work-from-home set up. This August 13, 2021, BluPrint presents another well-informed webinar called Redesigning Spaces. Co-presented by KONE, renowned speakers of the architecture and design industry will be sharing how locations like office spaces are aimed to be transformed towards an adaptable experience, thus enriching innovation, flexibility, and sustainability.
People Flow® as a priority
Improving the flow of urban life, KONE understands how people tread inside and in between buildings. As a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, it is their main mission to make every single person’s journey from one place to another a safer, more convenient, and more reliable one through their products and solutions for maintenance and modernization. Combined, these ultimately add tremendous value to the life cycle of any building.
A reimagined environment
In less than a month from now, established keynote speakers from the architecture and design industry such as Jojo Tolentino, Architect, Founder, and CEO of AIDEA; and Romolo Nati, Executive Chairman and CEO of Italpinas Development Corporation are going to be sharing their knowledge and expertise on how the goal of having a reimagined setting can be achieved through traffic analysis and space planning, more specifically in a post-pandemic society. They, along with Architect Manolet Garcia as the event’s moderator, will be discussing the importance of being even more creative in incorporating sustainability in architecture and design as well.